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PERIPHERAL SYSTEMS

The AIMS peripheral systems are add-on modules which can be linked to either Crew Management, Operations Control and/or Commercial Planning Systems.

Data Extraction Toolkit

 

  • Unlimited number of user defined flight, aircraft and crew-related reports.
  • Release of database layout structure which permits access to AIMS databases via an SQL database or an ODBC driver.
  • Library of AIMS Functions which can be used to easily extract data.
  • Entity Relationship diagrams and examples to simplify data extraction.

IP Phone Dialer

 

  • Relieves Crew Control Staff from having to look for phone numbers, and dialing the number, by allowing them to call any crew with just a click of a button.
  • Ops Controllers may use this option as well to contact Handling Agents, Fuel Agents and other Ground Staff Support
  • Supports most popular PBX’s (AVAYA, SIEMENS, ERICSSON, ALCATEL etc)

Technical Publications Management

 

An efficient and accurate means of handling input and    modification of technical publication records and actions associated with their distribution, tracking and generation of reports.

Streamline the management of your operations by substantially minimizing workload and related overhead costs, while simultaneously allowing your airline to conform to the various rules and standards set down by respective authorities.

Comprises of six separate options which provide functionality of their own, but also logically integrate to complement and support one another.

With TPM, Users have the ability to:

  •     Add, modify and search for original document records and their associated revisions.
  •     Assign and track document records and view detailed table of tracking information.
  •     Produce a report of all owners who own a document.
  •     Generate Revision Transmittals for Aviation Authorities.
  •     Send notices to owners via email.

Message Distribution System

 

  • Automatic transmission of messages to all user departments following flight schedule changes.
  • Facility is configured to ensure only messages of relevant interest to each department are received (e.g. message to catering when pax load changes, to MD when flights canceled or delayed, to crewing when new flights introduced, to HOTAC when change requires hotel re booking etc.)
  • Recipients of messages may also include SITA addresses (e.g. handling agents, tour operators, etc.)
  • Messages may also be transmitted to predefined e-mail addresses thus eliminating the need for local or remote recipients to have AIMS installed or have a SITA address.

Automated email / sms communication facility

 

 

Directs any AIMS report to User-nominated  e-mail addresses (e.g. sending crew schedules to the e-mail address of each crew   member, faxing HOTAC requirements to hotels or any other AIMS report to any fax/e-mail address of the User’s choice)

 

Transmit by email a User-entered text message, together with an attachment, to any crew of any qualification or assigned duty (e.g., email messages to all pilots who are scheduled simulator training in the next month)

 

Creation of separate address books for each report to facilitate quick transmission of the same report to many addresses simultaneously at a press of a button.

 

Allows transmission of SMS messages to cell phones in one or more of the following cases:

 

Crew schedule changes trigger an SMS message for the crew to take action and find the details of the change in one of the following methods:

 

  • By selecting the link displayed at the end of the SMS message which takes the crew directly to the AIMS Mobile Internet application (if installed) on the day(s) where the schedule was changed, from where they can acknowledge the change and update automatically AIMS
  • By visiting e-Crew or IVR to get the schedule changes
  • By contacting Crew Control

 

Delayed flights over a certain amount of time again trigger an SMS message for the crew which acts as a notification message and handled the way described above.

 

When the Flight Schedule Changes Notification System is in place, messages generated due to fight schedule changes can be transmitted as an SMS message, in addition to email /SITA to any airline staff or airline reps.

 

A User-entered SMS text may be sent to any group of crew using different selection criteria and filters such as SMS only to the crew who are assigned a particular duty in a particular period.